GBRacing Crash Protection Set (6mm) Triumph Daytona 675 Street Triple / R
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Race Developed Crash Protection from GBRacing
Triumph Daytona 675 Street Triple / R Engine Case Cover Crash Protection Bundle
Alternator / Generator / Stator Case Cover
Clutch / Gearbox Case Cover
Pulse / Timing Case Cover
Frame Sliders, left and right
6mm Paddock Stand / Swingarm Crash Bobbins
Front Axle Bobbins
Lower Chain Guard / Shark Fin
Suitable for Triumph Daytona 675 Street Triple / R 2006 - 2010 models with plain (not Triumph embossed) engine casings only
NB. Some 2010 models require 8mm Bobbins; please check before ordering and, if necessary, order the Crash Protection Bundle with 8mm bobbins.
Part No. CP675-CS-M-GBR
Race developed crash protection set for Triumph Daytona 675 and Street Triple 2006 - 2010 models and Street Triple R 2009 - 2010 models, consisting of clutch, alternator and pulse engine case covers, frame sliders, 6mm paddock stand bobbins, front axle bobbins and lower chain guard.
Injection moulded using a revolutionary new tough high-impact composite material made from 60% Long Glass Fibered Nylon 6.6, the engine covers provide superior impact and wear protection both on the track and on the street.
Easy installation - covers fit over existing aluminium engine case end with simple 3 or 4-point screw fixing (high quality replacement steel bolts and fitting instructions included). No messy glue or wire required. Frame sliders, paddock stand bobbins and lower chain guard all bolt onto existing mounting points - no drilling or cutting required.
NB. Some 2010 models require 8mm, not 6mm, bobbins; please check prior to ordering and, if necessary, order the Crash Protection Bundle with 8mm bobbins.
GBRacing crash protection can save you time, money, and a lot of grief by
- Keeping your bike on the road or track and out of the workshop
- Reducing damage repair bills
- Reducing the likelihood of an insurance claim
- Helping to preserve the original condition of your bike
Designed, race developed and manufactured in the U.K.